64 killed in clashes in Sudan
Updated: 2011-03-07 18:54
KHARTOUM - Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) on Monday said 64 people were killed in clashes between its forces and a rebel militia in Upper Nile State in south Sudan.
"The rebels attacked a camp of the SPLA in Upper Nile State on Sunday and we in turn launched a counter attack which resulted in the killing of 57 of the militia components and seven of the SPLA soldiers," Philp Agwer, spokesman of the SPLA told Xinhua via phone.
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